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This is a very nice cycleway through the country, with a good surface and no real barriers.

Unclear if this is a shared footway, but it's still useful.

Flexipave used on a shared footway alongside a road, this is pretty unusual.

This surface looks quite good in summer, but in winter it will be muddy and slippery.

Ridiculous barrier on this otherwise good trail.

Ridiculous barrier on this otherwise good trail.

Ridiculous barrier on this otherwise good trail.

Ridiculous barrier on this otherwise good trail. The bypass on the right shows how stupid this setup is.

A very difficult to use barrier on the NCN.

Someone ordered up this bollard, and had it installed, but its meaning is not clear. Cycle up the steps?

What looks like part of a ship used as a monument on the riverside at Renfrew.

An artwork next to the riverside path.

The cycle route ends at the end of the Inchinnan Road Bascule Bridge, on the edge of Renfrew. Walk into the town centre, anyone?

The shared footway alongside the A8 approaches the bridges across the Black Cart, and cyclists are directed to cross at the toucan crossing to use the new cycle bridge. A green strip has been provided on the road, with a cycle symbol, bu ... [more]

The shared footway goes right past the parking area and across the farm access road.

Bus stop on the shared footway from Inchinnan to Renfrew.

Leaving Inchinnan on the shared footway towards Renfrew.

[Image taken 9.6.23] Railway Walk, York. [No street view at this location.] No sight lines. Yet this is the main route to/from Scarborough bridge/York rail station for non motorised users. Plus the route is steep so speeds can be high. U ... [more]

Parking like this blocks our door.

Taking the dog for a ride, and an example of decent space when overtaking, but the next car was a close pass.

Warton Marshes

Short stretch of shared-use path (not shown on OpenCycleMap) parallel to the A30

Wheelbenders at Porthcothan car park - there's plenty of room to put in some proper cycle stands.

No Cycling on this section of the Cornish coastal path owned by the National Trust

More incorrect corduroy 'hazard' tactile paving on the A8 cycleway at Inchinnan. This should be of the 'cycleway' type in the foreground, and of the red pedestrian crossing type (in the correct formation) at the toucan crossing (which is me ... [more]

Cycle parking stands at Inchinnan, alongside a car parking layby just out of shot to the right. No need to park cars in bus stop laybys.

Traffic island hopping at Inchinnan.

The cycleway transfers to the traffic island in order to avoid conflict at the bus garage entrance.

Incorrect corduroy 'hazard' tactiles used at Inchinnan, in place of the correct 'cycleway' type.

The shared footway alongside the A8 becomes at segregated footway and cycleway at Inchinnan bus garage, with the cycleway transferring onto the traffic island to avoid the entrance to the bus garage.

The shared footway alongside the A8 approaching Inchinnan bus garage.

The shared footway alongside the A8 looking towards Inchinnan village.

The path to Freeland Drive is rather narrow, and has steps at the far end, and is not suitable for cycling.

The shared footway alongside the A8 at the Inchinnan Industrial Estate roundabout. The path has a direct route past the roundabout.

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USER COUNT 9.6.23 and results: #195020. USER COUNT 19.4.23 Wednesday 17.01-17.31. Daylight, dry, very blustery. Schools back. Students back. Observations: No school children. Two Tier scooters – no cycles. Noticeable number of cycles w ... [more]

[Image taken 13.5.22] Railway Walk, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location.] Marygate carpark without the hoardings. Looking north along Railway Walk my count square (see: #182580) is in the area there is light coming from the left at ... [more]

MY EXPERIENCE: 9.6.23 The sun was bright at lunchtime today. I approached this end of the measures slowly as I could see from some distance away there was a vehicle stopped here. I could see the right-hand blinker was flashing. It seemed th ... [more]

A new sign (in the distance) marking out Jamie Oliver's Fifteen restaurant [now closed] - but no real cycle parking.

The shared footway alongside the A8 at the India of Inchinnan factory.

The shared footway alongside the A8, approaching Inchinnan. This field access did not have a dropped kerb, unlike the previous one at #194991.

A field entrance access across the shared footway alongside the A8.

[Image taken 8.6.23] Denning's Yard Access (between Crichton Avenue and the Foss Islands Path), York. I crossed from right to left a few hours earlier. There was a different vehicle - a metallic brown, the huge 'cars' that have a head, thor ... [more]

[Image taken 6.6.23] Denning's Yard Access (between Crichton Avenue and the Foss Islands Path), York. A couple of days ago I noticed the fence was broken. Has it been hit by a motor vehicle? I saw a massive one parked up in here recently. P ... [more]

[Image taken 17.3.23] Denning’s Yard access, York. The distance between the stopline (see: #192126) and the carriageway is around 17-18m. Uphill. And crosses a very well used NMU path. The people on this have no warning when vehicle turns ... [more]

Squeezy Belly Alley, Port Isaac - no cycling, as you might guess from the name

Cut-through to Rose Hill, Port Isaac - no cycling, it seems

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  • Icon 195017 Remove the loading bay here and widen cycle lane/pavement. The loading bay is not used for loading (there's always a truck parked there) and the pavement/cycleway is far too narrow, especially with signs on the pavement from the Shakespeare.
  • Icon 195016 Widen the pavement and move the cycle lane to the right (away from the building). This will allow a continuous path for pedestrians to next to the building to keep walking without crossing the cycle lane, reducing conflict
  • Icon 195015 Too much priority is given to cars here. Add a bus/bike filter to Anchor Road here to make it easier to cross this bit of road. Change Canons Road from two lanes of northbound traffic to have traffic in both directions
  • Icon 195014 Barriers here are impossible to ride a bike through without getting off - should be removed
  • Icon 195013 Cars often park in front of the cycle/footway here, blocking access. Double yellow lines are needed
  • Icon 195012 The bridge is old and has many steps. I'd love to see it replaced with an accessible step-free (ramped) bridge to allow access by bikes, wheelchairs and pushchairs
  • Icon 195004 Fatal crass on Langworthy Road BBC report: "A teenage boy who was riding an electric bike has died after a collision with an ambulance in Salford. Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said the child was being followed by traffic officers, before their path was blocked by bollards. The 15-year-old boy then cycled on and was subsequently involved in the crash on Thursday afternoon. The incident had been referred to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) which oversees police conduct. At about 14:00 BST, the boy was followed by traffic officers along Fitzwarren Street and onto Lower Seedley Road, where bollards blocked the police vehicle's way. A short time later he collided with the ambulance in Langworthy Road, police said. The boy was taken to hospital but later died, the IOPC said. "
  • Icon 194728 This is the location of Rodmersham Village Hall
  • Icon 194657 There should be a segregated cycle path from the station to the town centre. Too many fast close passing cars on this wide road.
  • Icon 194594 Cars speed along Somers Road daily at 40mph + in a built up residential area. Someone will be hit by a speeding vehicle
  • Icon 194543 Speeding cars paying no attention to the 30mph limit. Enforcement needed.
  • Icon 194337 Safety barrier too close together meaning you can't cycle though, need to mount the grass curb in order to get through. Change the safety barriers to allow for cyclists to get through

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